Plants

Plants

Plants at Burston Garden Centre

Let it grow, let it grow, let it grow!

Plants at Burston Garden Centre

Whatever the weather or time of year – there is the perfect plant waiting here at Burston for you.

Come and browse our huge range of bedding plants ready to bring colour and texture to your outdoor space.

Our expert ‘green team’ has lots of advice for budding gardeners and green-fingered fans alike. During the colder months check your plants every few weeks as blustery and freezing days can loosen the roots and let the ice in.

Buying something completely new? Hellebores are wonderful winter flowering plants as is the fragrant Sarcococca.

In the warmer weather the herbaceous perennials like Lupins, Penstemons and Phlox burst to life in a rainbow of colours.

For a dazzling display in your own garden, come and see how we group our plants together in store – and be inspired!

We can also advise on shade loving plants and climbers that thrive in darker and damper environments such as north or east facing fences and walls.

If you’re part of the Grow your Own brigade – or fancy starting your own veggie patch – why not make your trip to Burston a family affair and see how we can help.

At Burston we believe families who garden together – stay together – whatever the weather!

January Plant of The Month

Plant of the month at Burston Garden centre

‘Bee’ good to your garden

Sarcococca Collection

For any of those crazy little bees who have decided to venture out early, these are the plants they will be wanting to find. It shouldn’t be too tricky either as this collection of evergreen shrubs packs a fragrant punch like no other! A mass of small white flowers are produced in winter and can ensure the early pollinators get well fed. These slow growing shrubs are easy to keep with maximum fragrant reward.

Visit Burston Garden Centre today to shop the collection.

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